They do not have the monopoly on biblical truth and, more specifically, on how to become a Christian and be saved. It also talks a lot about the non-biblical conception of the discipling relationship and the danger of the abuse of power by the discipler in that relationship. The parallels to the book of Acts unmistakably mark this movement to be of God. They do not force anybody to marry anybody else, they just strongly influence who you choose as your mate by using ordinary psychological pressure techniques, used in a psychologically closed environment, and relentlessly and regularly applied. God does not treat His children like that.
But they've got to repent. I have never believed or taught that anyone has to be baptized into the Boston Church of Christ to be saved. They will come to faith, amen?. These are different portions of the transcript of the speech. There are going to be some problems. It is so clear to me how completely full of himself Kip McKean is. In the next section I will talk about the discipling mouse trap.
What I think people should be protected from is individuals who do not tell the truth about their organization and use deception and flattery to get people hooked and dependent psychologically. Matter of fact, one of them fell away -- Judas. . You know, apostles messed up. Where most books stop after reporting problem areas, this one continues and offers suggestions for those helping victims of abuse. If you don't do it you will not be able to really and truly judge if the teaching you have received and are receiving is biblical or not. In context read 1 Corinthians 1:10-17 , he makes the point that he does not want people following men denominationalism.
And Moses said to Aaron, 'take you censer, put incense in it along with fire from the altar and hurry to the assembly to make atonement for them. They were always subtly, and not so subtly at other times, putting down the other conservative churches. I can see some of you get sentimental. The leaders assume that those who want to go on single dates want to be free to sin or do things that are dangerous. These two doctrines, along with the one church concept and the inclusion of baptism as a necessary part of the salvation process, are the key doctrines that are the most controversial. You're in the Lord's church. That was really hypocritical, because they always talked about the fact that most of their critics had never set foot in their church and were just propagating false information.
God is hard line and he will always win and he will always get his way. They know that it is not specifically prohibited by the Bible. He wants us to love and obey him freely and that notion includes a risk of sinning against Him. They encourage those who are older 28 to 35 to think about marriage and to find a spiritual woman or man that would most help them serve the Lord and be effective in making more disciples. You mean it wasn't the evangelist that picked me out to go in the ministry? They do not understand that the way they interpret Bible doctrine affects the way they live their Christian life and the way they see other Christians and non-Christians. In a non-cultic church you have meetings where all the people who want to become members of the church can come and ask any kind of questions about the church and with all the other future members being present. I was stunned to find out that those supposed friends were part of the majority who were talking about me, and the others who left, in an unflattering way.
But it's only a clever way of justifying the withholding of information that they deem not good for a young recruit to know or bother with. They are overreacting to the diluted gospel and doctrines that they perceive to be taught all around them in the Christian world. You know, if there had been votes going for Moses at the beginning of the Red Sea, it wouldn't have been a strong showing. You have got to tell them how it is and not spare them. By them you set yourselves above the Lord's assembly.
They were, most of the time, well intentioned, but they still were not doing what God wanted. But God didn't make it easier because I was 17, it just had to be done. The words between the are the words from the audience. You could not find a true church in Indianapolis. If I still did not agree with him, is first thought was that I must be in sin or I am not willing to obey God's Word.
Therefore babies are born sinless and will be saved if they die. Acts 2:38 teaches that sin is forgiven at baptism-one is saved at the point sin is forgiven. Their loyalty is stronger to a man than to God. Every time they start to ask questions, if they ever do, they learn that they are not welcomed by the leadership, and they start to think that something is wrong with them. He's still an apostle, though.